UP CM Yogi :India organized Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav with majesty and divinity,under successful leadership of PM Modi

India successfully organized Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav with majesty and divinity under PM Modi's capable leadership: UP CM


Yogi Adityanath, the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, claimed on Friday that India successfully organized the Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav under the direction of Prime Minister Narendra Modi with majesty and divinity. Every patriotic citizen will want to see India leading the world when the country celebrates its 100th anniversary of independence in 2047, according to Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath.

At a public gathering held as part of the Gorakhnath temple’s “Meri Mati Mera Desh” program, he made this statement. At the occasion, Rajesh Gupta, the president of the BJP Mahanagar, received an urn containing holy soil from the Gorakhnath temple complex from Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. According to a press release from the UP CMO, he claimed that India successfully organized the Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav under the successful leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

“In the first year of the ‘Azadi ka Amrit Kaal,’ we are all fortunate to have the opportunity to see the emergence of a new India. PM Modi has given an opportunity to the 140 crore population of New India to move forward with a detailed action plan for the next 25 years”, he added.

Chief Minister Yogi emphasized that, as part of a series of initiatives aimed at strengthening India’s strength and capabilities, the ‘Maati ko Naman Veero ko Vandan’ program was inaugurated today at the Metropolitan Organization in Gorakhpur. “In this, I am fortunate to connect the soil of Gorakhpur with the Amrit Kalash.”

He added that Amrit Kalash would be gathered from each civic organization and construction site throughout the state before traveling first to Lucknow and then to Delhi. A holy place called the “Amrit Kalash Vatika” is currently being constructed in Lucknow, where the Azadi ka Amrit Kalash has been established. The urns collected from various parts of the state, each containing soil from about 1,500 locations, including 825 development blocks that will be kept in Amrit Kalash Vatika, will be kept in the same place and will serve as the repository for them.